The Enterprise — Tyler Murphy

“It looks intimidating,” said Sheriff Craig Apple of this Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle recently acquired by the Albany County Sheriff’s Department, free as part of a military surplus program. The MRAP prepares the office to deal with “an active-shooter situation.” Apple went on, “God forbid we need it, but we need to be prepared. It could bring a SWAT team close to the shooter or evacuate a mall or school building.”